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Colliers: 21 Predictions for Commercial Real Estate in 2013

| January 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

Commercial real estate investors are cautiously optimistic, and steady economic improvement suggests 2013 will wind up with a respectable 1.5% to 2% global growth in GDP. This bodes well for the commercial property sector, especially global safe-haven cities such as London and New York, and industrial properties in global transportation centers that have invested in […]

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Colliers Q4 2012 SF Peninsula Market Report and Forecast

| January 23, 2013 | 0 Comments
Colliers Q4 2012 SF Peninsula Market Report and Forecast

Our SF Peninsula Market Report and Forecast for Q4 2012 is now available.  I would like to call your attention to the Office market report, which I authored. You can download the report HERE.

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2012: A stabilizing market?

| January 17, 2013 | 0 Comments
2012:  A stabilizing market?

We will be releasing our 4Q 2012 market report very shortly. My article on the state of the office market follows: The Peninsula’s commercial real estate market has been on an exceptionally volatile ride over the past five years, from the first sustained boom since the dot-com era through the worst market fizzle in memory. […]

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Top 10 SF Peninsula Commercial Real Estate Stories for 2012

| January 3, 2013 | 5 Comments
Top 10 SF Peninsula Commercial Real Estate Stories for 2012

While 2012 didn’t generate the same sort of market-moving stories as 2011, there was still more than enough activity to populate this years Top 10 Commercial Real Estate stories for the Peninsula: San Francisco is Silicon Valley? No question that, for the first time since the dot-com boom, certain parts of San Francisco find themselves with a really impressive […]

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Bubble popping in downtown Palo Alto? No.

| December 17, 2012 | 1 Comment
Bubble popping in downtown Palo Alto?  No.

Our latest batch of monthly submarket snapshots is now available– click HERE to download Our Downtown Palo Alto stats are interesting enough that I’ve posted a little more drilled down version of our typical monthly snapshot.  A quick look at these stats shows a relatively drastic increase in vacancies and a corresponding dip in asking rates in what is […]

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